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as a result. we expect toyota and nissan to cut their forecasts as well. we will talk more in a half hour. >> you are watching bbc world news. still ahead -- >> ♪ >> and how a new washing powder can clean up the environment. just eight days until the u.s. presidential election, but hurricane sandy is disrupting the campaign. let's find out more there. >> well out of the way of the storm, mitt romney has been revving up support among party faithful. >> this is so heartening, so encouraging. the kind of energy we feel here, we have been feeling all across ohio. >> he has tried to turn the weather to his advantage, focusing on of the most critical battlegrounds, the midwestern state of ohio. incredibly, having come from behind, mitt romney is now neck- and-neck with barack obama in many of the crucial swing states. these romney supporters, with little more than a week ago, are beginning to claim victory. in contrast, mr. obama in washington yesterday was burdened with double trouble, faced with a desperately tight election race, but now some campaign plans disrupted by the need to leave th
, the profit for nissan and honda could decrease by over 20%. the territorial dispute is also affecting other sectors. enjoying increasing demand in china. its sales had grown about 15% in the first half of the fiscal year. but now the company expects growth in the second half to slow to around 5%. >> translator: consumer preference for japanese products is uncertain, and we need to keep watching the trend and demand. but we will continue to develop our business in china as a key market. >> reporter: sales of cannon products like digital cameras have been strong in china. the proportion of its global sales from china almost doubled during the last decade or so. the maker forecasts the net profit could fall nearly 6% from last year. the firm predicts its first declines in both sales and profit in three years. specialists say that even if the chinese economy starts recoverying, japanese firms may not be able to reap the benefits because of the strained bilateral ties. >> translator: japanese companies have come to a turning point to rethink their plans in china. it depends on the bilateral rela
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